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Here is how to determine a business's most important metrics and keep leaders aligned with these goals.
Instead of focusing on offering the latest perks, business leaders and entrepreneurs should prioritize cultural elements around employee engagement.
Charisma is the transference of enthusiasm. That means having the passion, energy and spirit and sharing that with others to feel the same.
For many managers, engagement means getting employees to do what you want. But this is the wrong strategy.
A good leader values employee happiness. A great leader values the employee engagement that results from that happiness.
Leadership is a daily practice and eventually, over time and careful self-scrutiny, you become better and better at it.
When a team member is making a habit of being tardy, take action before it really is a habit.
Hone in on happiness so that you can cultivate it within your team and your day-to-day activities.
Happy employees work harder, so give them flexibility, recognition, and yes, breaks.
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A lot has improved since medieval times but the foibles of leaders remain the same.
The first time you become a manager, it can be both a positive and overwhelming experience. To help first-time managers start strong, here are a few tips to keep in mind on day one.
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